Griff and Bill Bailey lead star performers on the final day of Latitude Festival – with energetic performances for thousands of maskless revelers
Thousands of revelers took to Henham Park in Suffolk on Saturday for the fourth day of the Latitude festival.
And the final day of musical entertainment was kicked off by Griff and Bill Bailey before headliners Bastille and Bombay Bicycle Club closed the festival tonight.
The 20-year-old Black Hole hitmaker put on a leggy display as she took the stage in a lilac satin dress with a thigh split, while the Black Books comedian, 56, kept it casual in a Hawaiian shirt as he entertained the huge crowds.
Hitmaker: The of Latitude Festival was kicked off by Griff putting on a leggy show as she took the stage in a lilac satin dress with thigh slits
Performance: Black Books comedian Bill Bailey kept it casual in a Hawaiian shirt while entertaining the huge crowds of thousands of maskless people
Griff looked stunning as she showcased her musical talents to the merry crows in the light purple dress with black trim and a ruffled collar.
She danced across the stage in a pair of chunky black loafers and adorned with a pair of white tube socks.
The pop star swept up her raven locks in a sleek ponytail with her bangs let loose to frame her face.
She accentuated her natural beauty with a sharp winged eyeliner makeup look and passionately sang into the microphone.
Stylish: Griff looked stunning as she showed off her musical talents to the merry crows in the light purple dress with black trims and a ruffled collar
Pop star: The pop star swept up her raven locks in a sleek ponytail with her bangs let loose to frame her face as she walked across the stage in the leggy maxi dress
Bill Bailey cut a relaxed figure as he stepped onto the stage with an acoustic guitar in hand to entertain the crowd.
The comedian wore a black and white Hawaiian short-sleeved shirt and a pair of tight-fitting navy blue chinos.
He held up his hand as he teased the crowd, which went wild as he prepared to play another song on a keyboard.
Bill then held up his phone as he took a selfie with the thousands of maskless festival-goers as they enjoyed his set.
Showtime: Bill Bailey cut a relaxed figure as he stepped onstage with an acoustic guitar in hand to entertain the crowd
Stage style: The comedian wore a black and white Hawaiian short-sleeved shirt and tight navy blue chinos
The four-day festival, which is part of the government’s event research program, was attended by 40,000 people.
Festival-goers showed evidence of a negative Covid-19 test or had been double vaccinated to gain access to the grounds in Henham Park, which also has its own pop-up vaccination clinic.
Latitude festival is ‘almost the safest place in England’, the organizers said when the event kicked off on Thursday.
Set: He held up his hand while teasing the crowd, which went wild as he prepared to play another song on a keyboard
Back in action! Bill then held up his phone while taking a selfie with the thousands of festival-goers without masks as they enjoyed his set
Performance: On the fourth day of the festival, singer Rick Astley, 55, also performed
Show: Rick also wore a white T-shirt and fashioned his brunette locks into a quiff
Melvin Benn, director of the Festival Republic group, told Sky News he felt “very relaxed, not anxious at all” as the four-day music event kicked off.
He said: ‘I’m really happy and very relaxed. I hope I look relaxed, I feel very relaxed.
‘We had a great evening last night. It was a big party. None of the main acts played, but there is a lot going on in the woods, on the lake and in the theater area.
‘I am very relaxed, not anxious at all. It’s probably that close to the safest place in England today.’
The four-day festival, which is part of the government’s events research program, was packed with 40,000 people in the first major event since social distancing was lifted on Monday (popped Friday photo)